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The End Game

It's the game you can't stop playing - just for fun!

That note - or handful  of notes - that mark the end of a familiar song. But which song is it?

Join Graham Dene each morning to hear the latest game - and drop him a line below with your answer!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Curious about the answers to recent rounds of the End Game? Here are some of the most recent answers:

Who Was It - Hurricane Smith

Curly - The Move

You Send Me - Sam Cooke

Thank You - Diana Ross

I See A Star - Mouth and MacNeal

Someone Else's Baby - Adam Faith

Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White - Eddie Calvert

I Am A Rock - Simon & Garfunkel

A Forever Kind Of Love - Bobby Vee

My Love - Petula Clark

You Are My Love - Liverpool Express

Words - The Bee Gees

No Arms Can Ever Hold Me - The Bachelors

Giving It All Away - Roger Daltrey

The Girl Can't Help It - Little Richard

Blue Eyes - Elton John

Ninety-Nine Ways - Tab Hunter

Marguerita Time - Status Quo

Here Comes Santa Claus - Elvis Presley

My Baby Just Cares For Me - Nina Simone

Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me - Gladys Knight & The Pips

I'll Never Get Over You - Johnny Kidd & The Pirates

Come And Get It - Badfinger

Conquistador - Procol Harum

Rip It Up - Little Richard

Lost Weekend - Lloyd Cole And The Commotions

Fabulous - Charlie Gracie

Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word - Elton John

Good Golly Miss Molly - Little Richard

Sweet Nothin's - Brenda Lee

Every Man Must Have a Dream - Liverpool Express

Bad Case Of Loving You - Robert Palmer

Young Love - Tab Hunter

Birth by The Peddlers

 

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